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Breast cancer subtype and survival by parity and time since last birth.

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Summary of "Breast cancer subtype and survival by parity and time since last birth."

Pregnancy affects breast cancer risk but how it affects the subtype and prognosis remain controversial. We studied the effect of parity and time since last birth on breast cancer subtype and outcome.

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Name: Breast cancer research and treatment
ISSN: 1573-7217
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